In contrast, the opposite effect was observed in thin people, with less fat causing the brain to receive fewer feel-good endorphins.All chemistry aside, the most important source of a satisfying sex life exists in the hearts and minds of the lovers.But outraged critics said the body-type filter is a form of online discrimination.“How you self-identify on the site, and how you’re going to be perceived on your date by your date, is going to be a point of potential insecurity,” one Ok Cupid user, Alana Massey, 28, told ABC News.Of course, all is not lost; should those same members get fit again, they can reapply for membership.
And if you don’t want to be type-cast, you can just leave the space blank.
MSH, which is connected to sexual desire, is proportionately affected by leptin levels.
As a result, with more leptin, and thus more MSH, BBWs typically enjoy a higher level of sexual desire.
Don't expect a welcome mat from Beautiful People.com, a dating site who recently made like a high school bully: belittling and booting members for weight gain.
According to the Guardian, the site has just expelled 5,000 members for packing on the pounds.Each is said to have received an email encouraging them to re-apply when they are back to looking their best.